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FBI Director Wray grilled by Republicans over ‘bias’ concerns in Russia, Clinton email cases

BI Director Christopher Wray faced heated questions Thursday from House Republicans concerned that top officials in his agency are “tainted by bias” – in connection with both the 2016 Hillary Clinton email probe and ongoing Russia meddling probe – though the bureau boss cited an ongoing investigation as he repeatedly…

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Judicial Watch Lawsuit Would Force FBI To Release FBI Agent’s Anti-Trump Messages

A lawsuit filed by watchdog organization Judicial Watch would force the FBI to release the disparaging messages about President Donald Trump that a top FBI agent on the Russia investigation exchanged with an FBI lawyer on the same investigation. Those messages forced Special Counsel Robert Mueller to kick the investigator, Peter Strzok, off…

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Five Things to Know About Anti-Trump FBI Agent Peter Strzok

FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is under intense scrutiny after it was revealed that he dismissed investigator Peter Strzok for anti-Trump texts he sent to a fellow employee — a revelation that has fueled concerns of bias at the FBI. … Strzok is not the only agent accused…

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Justice Department emails reveal support for Sally Yates after she refused to enforce Trump’s travel ban

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and subsequent lawsuit filed against the US Justice Department for the release of former acting Attorney General Sally Yates’ emails revealed mess, including a prominent prosecutor who praised Yates’ decision not to enforcePresident Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban earlier this year. Judicial

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Emails Show The Support Sally Yates Got From Within DOJ For Her Stand Against Trump’s Travel Ban

Internal Justice Department emails released on Tuesday by a conservative watchdog group shed new light on the support that former acting attorney general Sally Yates got from within the department after she announced that she wouldn’t defend President Donald Trump’s first travel ban in January. Judicial Watch, the group that obtained…

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Republicans allege DOJ ‘double standard’ as Mueller probe takes heat

Allegations of anti-Trump bias inside Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team are reviving Republican claims of a “double standard” at the Justice Department, with GOP critics saying Hillary Clinton enjoyed comparatively “special” treatment when she was investigated over her personal email use as Secretary of State. … It emerged over the…

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Political Prosecution: Mueller’s Hit Squad Covered For Clinton And Persecutes Trump Associates

We learned this week that while Mueller has been stonewalling Congress, he has been protecting a corrupted FBI Agent—his lead investigator Peter Strzok—the same agent who helped craft Director Comey’s exoneration of Mrs. Clinton and conducted her “interview” with the FBI shortly after Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s infamous tarmac meeting with…

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Anti-Trump bias exposed in Mueller probe

Breaking new information and more smoking gun evidence about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s corrupt and extremely biased team of liberal political crusaders that have one singular admission and that is to destroy your elected President Donald Trump and unseat the commander-in-chief. Now, they are trying to create a constitutional crisis…

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Hillary Clinton Received ‘Break after Break from the FBI,’ Say House Republicans

The president and other Republicans have continued talking about the Clinton investigation, especially given new revelations about the probe. In October, the FBI released documents showing that Comey and senior officials at the bureau began drafting his July 2016 statement months in advance, even before interviewing Clinton. On December 2, the office…

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Grassley Intensifies Probe Into Anti-Trump Bias at FBI

Another top investigator on Mueller’s team is facing new charges of bias against Trump after Judicial Watch on Tuesday released emails showing that the Justice Department attorney had extolled then acting Attorney General Sally Yates for refusing to enforce Trump’s travel ban. Andrew Weissmann sent an email to Yates in January, when…

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Mueller’s Deputy in Russia Probe Cheered Sally Yates for Bucking Trump Travel Ban

Since the very beginning of the Mueller investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign and transition teams, some have raised concerns that Robert Mueller may not be entirely unbiased. … A top prosecutor who is now a deputy for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe praised outgoing…

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Mueller attorney praised Yates as DOJ official, email shows

A lawyer on the special counsel team investigating Russian interference in the 2016 US election lavished praise on Sally Yates after her decision in January to defy President Donald Trump and not enforce his travel ban executive order, according to government emails published Tuesday by the conservative activist group Judicial Watch. “I…

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Prosecutor from Robert Mueller’s team praised Sally Yates for not defending Trump travel ban

A prosecutor who is part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she refused to defend the Trump administration’s travel ban, according to an email released Tuesday. Judicial Watch obtained the email from Andrew Weissman through a lawsuit, along with a slew of…

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Democrats move to defend Mueller against Trump allies

Democrats are making a fresh push to defend special counsel Robert Mueller as conservatives escalate their political assault on the Russia investigator. President Donald Trump’s allies in recent days have renewed their attacks on Mueller amid reports that a top deputy traded anti-Trump texts over the summer, evidence of what…

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Robert Mueller’s Deputy Gushed over Sally Yates’ Refusal to Enforce Trump Travel Ban: ‘I Am So Proud’

The prosecutor now serving as FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s top deputy sent an email in January gushing over then-Acting Attorney General Sally Yates’s refusal to enforce President Trump’s travel ban — the latest in a series of revelations likely to fuel concerns of anti-Trump bias on Mueller’s team. “I…

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Mueller deputy praised DOJ official after she defied Trump travel ban order: ‘I am so proud’

A top prosecutor who is now a deputy for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe praised outgoing acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she was fired in January by President Trump for refusing to defend his controversial travel ban. The email, obtained by Judicial Watch through a federal lawsuit, shows…

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Judicial Watch’s Fitton: Trump-Russia, Clinton Email Investigations ‘Irredeemably Compromised’

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said that the FBI probe of Hillary Clinton’s emails and Robert Mueller’s investigation of President Trump have been “irredeemably compromised.” He said his group sued the feds to release documents pertaining to former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s tarmac meeting with President Clinton. Fitton

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Mueller’s ‘Lieutenant’ Applauded Official For Defying Trump

Andrew Weissmann, an attorney working for special counsel Robert Mueller, praised former acting Attorney General Sally Yates for refusing to enforce President Trump’s travel ban, emails released Tuesday reveal. “I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,” Weissmann wrote to Yates on Jan. 30. That…

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New Emails Show Special Counsel ‘Pit Bull’ Cheered Sally Yates For Blocking Trump Travel Ban

New documents obtained by government watchdog Judicial Watch show a top DOJ prosecutor, who is now working as a deputy on Special Counsel Bob Mueller’s investigation, cheered the decision by former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates to defy orders and refusal to enforce President Trump’s first travel ban in January.…

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Mueller Deputy Praised Yates for Refusing to Defend Travel Ban

A top prosecutor for Special Counsel Robert Mueller sent an email praising Sally Yates, the former acting attorney general fired by President Donald Trump, for refusing to defend Trump’s travel ban. Andrew Weissmann sent the email to Yates on the night of Jan. 30 offering support for her move after she…


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